381 Century names that mean century for girls, listing Century baby names 21-40. Althea, Amanda, Amelia, Anastasia, Andrea, Angela, Annabel, Annis and Ardelle are popular names. Amabel, Aminta, Ancina, Angharad, Aniceta, Anthea, Aphra, Apollonia, Araminta, Arcadia and Arena are uncommon names. View Century baby names for name meanings, or search other baby names.
Althea ... The name was revived in the 17th century by poet Richard Lovelace ... 
Amabel ... Somewhat popular in the 19th century. 
Amanda ... poets and playwrights brought this name into popular usage in the 17th century ... the name of a sixth-century French saint ... 
Amelia ... An 18th-century Princess Amelia brought the name to Britain ... and Aemelia existed since the 17th century ... 
Aminta ... Aminta was the heroine of a well-known pastoral play by the Italian poet Tortquato Tasso (16th century) of the Renaissance. 
Anastasia ... Popular in Eastern Europe in honor of a fourth-century saint who was martyred at Sirmium in Dalmatia ... Also used occasionally in England in the Middle Ages and as late as the 17th century ... 
Ancina ... Saint Ancina (16th century) was a doctor of medicine and philosophy.
Andrea ... but has existed since the 17th century ... 
Angela ... which became popular in Britain and America from the 18th century ... 
Angharad ... Name of the mother of 12th-century chronicler Giraldus Cambrensis ...
Aniceta ... Spanish name. Saint Anicetus was a second-century pope and a martyr ... 
Annabel ... Common in Scotland since the 12th century ... 
Annis ... Anysia is the name of a fourth-century Thessalonian saint ... 
Anthea ... it was reinvented by English 17th-century poets to symbolize spring. 
Aphra ... It was also the name of a fourth-century German saint ... Dust and Ashes were actually used by English Puritans as first names in the 17th century ... Writer Aphra Behn (17th century). 
Apollonia ... Saint Apollonia was an elderly third-century Christian martyr ... 
Araminta ... Invented by an 18th-century English playwright.
Arcadia ... the name of two saints (fourth and fifth century) ... 
Ardelle ... the name of a ninth-century French saint. 
Arena ... 19th-century Americans may have named their daughters Arena as homage to Christian martyrs who were killed in the arenas of ancient Rome.
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